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Culture and Conflict Resolution (Cross-Cultural Negotiation Books) Paperback – Import, 12 Jan 1998
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"A lucid work in simple and clear English. Avruch succeeds in drawing attention of the reader to the importance of culture as a tool in the resolution of conflict. A welcome addition to the growing body of literature on peace studies." -- International Journal on World Peace
"Avruch lays out a most convincing argument for the inclusion of culture as a primary element of the study of deep rooted communal conflicts." -- Initiative on Conflict Resolution & Ethnicity
"[Avruch] provides a clear understanding of the philosophical and practical problems that limit the use of culture as a variable in negotiation training and planning, and does a first rate job of sensitizing the reader to real problems with some elements of the negotiation literature." -- The Alternative Newsletter
About the Author
Kevin Avruch is a professor of anthropology at George Mason University and a faculty member of the universitys Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution. His recent books include two co-edited volumes, Conflict Resolution: Cross-Cultural Perspectives and Critical Essays on Israeli Society. He was a senior fellow at the United States Institute of Peace in 199697.
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The author outlines how different cultures act and think when it comes to conflict and conflict resolution. For those of us who work in an International organisation, this book is extremely handy, especially for managers. By understanding how conflicts arise and the various approaches differing cultures use to resolve conflict; the reader appreciates the variety in the world's peoples.
He gives an insight into cultural roles in resolution, cultural aspects in negotiation and the issue of power in cultural aspects to conflict resolution.
The book is especially useful for the person living and working abroad and who travels. Reading the book gives important insight into how various cultures see conflict and their various approaches to conflict resolution. I would commend the book to anyone who works in a multi-cultural work environment.Well done, Professor Avruch!